Prenatal identification of twin reversed arterial perfusion syndrome in the first trimester

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      A twin pregnancy in which a single fetal death was diagnosed in the first trimester is described. Continued growth of the nonviable twin suggested the occurrence of the twin reversed arterial perfusion syndrome. (Am J Obstet Gynecol 1989;160:1194-6.)

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